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Alliance representatives have encouraged local people to report any malodours in the vicinity of the Kinnegar area
Alliance Councillor Glenn Finlay has said he is “disappointed” the Irish language is again being used as a political football, after a sign on premises in the Ashdale area of Randalstown caused strongly divided views.
Alliance Councillor Karen Douglas has welcomed news that parents from Bangor Central Nursery School have voted resoundingly to move towards the nursery school becoming integrated.  
Alliance MLA Kellie Armstrong has said Changing Places toilets should be required in all planning applications for all buildings accessible by the public.
Alliance Councillor Peter Lavery has expressed his disappointment after his attempts to protect the local environment from the impact of oil exploration in the South Lough Neagh area was blocked by the DUP, UUP and SDLP.
Alliance Councillor Gillian Greer has said further safety measures are needed to prevent further incidents, after a road in North Down was again affected by a lorry hitting a bridge.
The Alliance Party group on Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council have voiced their opposition to an application from EHA Exploration Limited for a licence to drill for oil and gas.
Alliance Councillor for Castlereagh South, Sorcha Eastwood, has highlighted the vital role carers have in our society, as she backed Carers Weeks 2019.
Alliance MLA Kellie Armstrong has said she is disappointed the BBC has scrapped free TV licences as standard for over 75-year-olds.

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